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Jewellery & Silver Wednesday, 2nd October, 2013 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Jewellery & Silver Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 at 11am

Sale Number LT395A

Viewing Saturday, September 28th 10am - 4pm Sunday, September 29th 10am - 4pm Monday, September 30th 10am - 5pm Tuesday, October 1st 10am - 5pm Morning of sale from 9am

Specialists Trevor Kyle trevor.kyle@lyonandturnbull.com Colin Fraser colin.fraser@lyonandturnbull.com Ruth Davis ruth.davis@lyonandturnbull.com

Catalogue: £12 BUYERS’ PREMIUM 25% up to £25,000 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. †20% VAT chargeable on the lot itself *5% import VAT on the lot §Droit de Suite (artists’ resale rights) applies (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale and Information for Buyers).

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Order of Sale

Lot Numbers

1-14

Antique Jewellery

15-26

Gentlemen's Jewellery, Cufflinks, etc.

27-48

Diamond Jewellery

49-77

Coloured Gem Jewellery

78-96

Modern Jewellery

97-102

Named Jewellery

97-110

Pearl Jewellery

111-137

Watches

138-167

Parcel Lots of Jewellery

180-193

Coins, Medals, Medallions & Banknotes

194-208

Foreign Silver, Metalwares & Silver Plate

209-226

Modern Silver

227-233

Communion Silver

234-271

Antique Silver

Please Note:: Illustrations are not necessarily to scale.

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Antique Jewellery

1 FF500/14 A Victorian pinchbeck and Scottish pearl bangle the central oval panel with hinged cover and interior glazed panel, with applied yellow metal and engraved celtic decoration throughout, set to the centre with a scottish pearl and small diamond chips, with concealed clasp and safety chain Note: This lot has been granted a license from The Scottish Government, Rural Directorate, Landscapes and Habitats Division, and it contains fresh water pearls legally taken from the wild prior to 27 March 1991.

£150-250

2 FG577/9 ROLEX - an early 20th century pearl, enamel set ball pendant fob watch the ball of ribbed form scrolling blue enamel lines set half seed pearls, plan white enamel dial, gilt detail, Arabic numerals, the movement signed Rolex, bi-metal balance, all suspended from a long chain, import marks for 1901 Ball 24mm diameter

£300-500

3 FG408/33 A double tusk mounted necklace the two tusks with yellow metal mounts stamped 18CT and engraved detail, joined by a central spherical yellow metal link, to a yellow metal fancy link chain; together with an unusual eastern yellow metal mounted pendant; another mounted tusk pendant (3) £250-450

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4 FG276/51 A Victorian curb link bracelet composed of alternating textured links marked 9ct, to a padlock clasp and safety chain; together with a similar 9ct gold example set with pale oval gemstones; a 1797 guinea pendant to a yellow metal chain marked 750 (3) combined weight 41.8g

£400-600

5 FG406/1 An early 19th century plaid brooch unmarked, of annular form with integral swing pin and with engraved foliate decoration

6 FG406/2 An octagonal plaid brooch of simple octagonal outline with alternating plain and decorated sections, with integral swing pin £200-300

6cm diameter, 11.2g

£120-180

7 FG444/7 A yellow metal muff chain composed of fancy links, clasp stamped 9C 39g, 83.5cm long

£180-250


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

8 FG577/14 A diamond set pendant fob watch the diamond set bale, with a rose cut diamond set bezel, circular dial with Arabic numerals, the edge also diamond set, the rear with onset rose cut diamond set floral spray set on a grey ground Watch 25mm diameter

£200-300

9 FG467/19 A turquoise and yellow metal bracelet composed of curb links, set with seven oval turquoise cabochons, with a turquoise set padlock clasp and safety chain, stamped 9CT; together with a plain yellow metal curb link bracelet, with concealed clasp and safety chain, stamped 15CT (2) 26.2g combined weight

£250-350 10 FG528/1 A diamond set floral brooch set to the centre with a old cut diamond, the six surrounding petals each set with old cut diamonds and diamond chips, set in white metal with brooch fastenings

11 FG577/12 An Edwardian five stone opal ring the circular opals of good colour, claw set, pierced gallery, plain gold shank Ring size M

13 FG467/18 Two yellow metal muff chains both of flattened curb link design, unmarked 27.7g combined weight, each 150cm length

£200-300

£150-200 12 FG577/15 An early 19th century diamond set ring the central motif of heart shape set in silver, enclosed setting and on a plain rose gold band Ring size Q

£200-300

13A An Indian filigree brooch of scalloped outline with ropetwist borders, depicting Indian figures in an ethnic scene in gold filigree against a green foil background and mother of pearl backing, with brooch fittings; together with a pair of Indian earrings, composed of a jade drop with diamond and ruby detail, with post and butterfly fittings (2)

14 FG577/16A A 19th century silver, gem set and enamel necklace the collar composed of shaped cast links with face masks and coloured cabochon details, the pendant of scrolling form, set central swan with baroque pearls and various foil backed gem stone accents; together with a similar period silver pendant modelled as St George with enamel and gem set details; a further silver necklace with pendant cast graduated panel links and a large cross pendant (3) £200-300

Diameter of brooch 62mm

£200-£300

diameter 4cm

£300-500

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Gentlemen’s Jewellery, Cufflinks, etc.

15 FG495/4 A 9ct gold Albert composed of fancy lozenge and banded links, suspending a T bar and an Edward VII sovereign, stamped 375, EW&S 39cm long, 67.7g combined weight

£400-600

16 FG408/12 A group of six various rolled gold and gold plated pens including Parker, Madison Carache, etc, £150-180

17 EAC126/25 A group of three gold and gilt fob seals the first modern 9ct gold by Mappin & Webb, modelled as a horse standing on a scrolling mount, quartz intaglio, the others 19th century one gold set bloodstone intaglio engraved ‘James’, the other with amethyst intaglio, engraved head of a man (3) £150-200

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18 FF101/4 An Edwardian Albert composed of pierced lozenge shaped links, unmarked 17.8g, length 52cm

£200-300

19 FF409/9 A Georgian ivory handled desk seal mounts unmarked, the tapering baluster ivory handle with reeded silver mount and circular bloodstone matrix with intaglio crest and motto 8cm long, matrix 23mm diameter

£150-250


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

20 FG528/3 Dunhill - a novelty silver plated ruler / cigarette lighter marked DUNHILL MADE IN ENGLAND, the rectangular 30cm ruler with lighter to terminal overall length 32cm

£300-500

21 FG408/13 CARTIER - a group of three lighters rounded rectangular form, brushed effect, numbered 7446375; gold plated rounded upright form, engine turned case, numbered 49564D; gold plated upright form, canted corner, numbered 1A86586 £200-400

22 FG408/13A CARTIER - two lighters and two others CARTIER, cream lacquered rounded upright form, gilt detail, numbered 19154 G: CARTIER, tortoiseshell lacquered upright form, gilt detail, numbered 1C86096; DUNHILL silver textured upright case; COLLIBRI, for John Stirling, lacquer and gilt £180-250

23 FG495/7 A collection of pens and pencils to include; Parker, Rotring, Conway Stewart, Eclipse, Eversharp, Squire, Swan, Watermans etc. various types of case

25 FB74/3 A 9ct gold cigarette case of rectangular outline with hinged lid and engine turned detail

£150-200

26 FF468/1 A 9ct gold cigarette case engine turned, engraved to interior

24 FG577/1 A Victorian ‘Commisioners for the Exhibition’ seal matrix marked WYON LONDON, the circular steel matrix with intaglio cut motto COMMISSIONERS FOR THE EXHIBITION 1862 with Royal arms within

208.3g, 12.8cm x 7.9cm

£1,500-2,500

160g

£1,200-1,400

matrix 24mm diameter

£100-200

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Diamond Jewellery

27 FG125/1 A modern diamond set necklace composed of graduated scroll form links, the central links also claw set with a scrolling border of graduated round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip stamped 18K WIN 18.5cm from clasp to centre, estimated diamond weight: 3.41cts total, 56.3g

£2,000-3,000

28 FG125/2 A modern diamond cluster ring the front designed as a scrolling cluster, claw set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 14K Ring size: K, estimated diamond weight: 1.06cts total

£300-400

29 FF500/13 A diamond set cluster ring claw set to the centre with an old cut diamond in an alternating border of pairs of round cut diamonds and diamond set triangular panels, to a white metal shank stamped 18CT Ring size: S, diameter of cluster 17mm

£300-500 31 FF91/1 A platinum set half hoop diamond eternity ring channel set to the front with fifteen round brilliant cut diamonds

30 FF500/18 An 18ct gold diamond set bracelet composed of brushed yellow gold bar links, white gold square links set with nine princess cut diamonds

Ring size: L

16.5cm long, 12.5g

£200-300

£240-300

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

32 FF500/5 An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring the broad band collet set with an oval cut diamond and fleur-de-lis detail to each shoulder Ring size: S

33 FG225/1 A modern diamond set cluster ring the square shaped cluster composed of nine box set princess cut diamonds, the shoulders set with alternating tapered baguette cut diamonds, to an 18ct white gold band 34 FG225/2 A modern diamond set half eternity ring channel set with alternating baguette cut diamonds and pairs of princess cut diamonds, set in a plain 18ct white gold band

£300-500

Ring size: I/J, Estimated total diamond weight: 0.50cts

£300-500

Ring size: L/M, Estimated total diamond weight: 0.50cts

£300-500

35 FE454/2 A diamond set bar brooch millegrain set to the centre with an old European cut diamond within an open circular border to a plain knife bar 6.5cm wide, estimated diamond

36 FG233/1 A single-stone diamond ring claw set with a single round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain platinum shank

37 FG336/4 A two stone diamond ring claw set with two old cut diamonds, to an unmarked yellow metal shank

Ring size: L, Estimated total

Ring size: J/K

38 FG345/4 A three stone diamond ring claw set with three graduated round cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank stamped PLAT 18CT

diamond weight: 0.40cts

£200-300

Ring size: P/Q

£400-600

£250-350

weight 0.56cts

£400-600

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

39 FG336/2 A diamond cluster ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, in a smaller split border of smaller round cut diamonds, to a white metal shank with indistinct marks Ring size: J/K

£1,000-1,400

40 FG336/3 A diamond solitaire ring claw set with a single round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 18CT Ring size: L/M, Estimated diamond weight 0.75cts

£800-1,200

41 FG401/1 A single stone diamond ring the round brilliant cut diamond demirubover set in an 18ct white gold split shank; together with a fitted 18ct white gold band (2) Ring size: L/M, Estimated total diamond weight 0.50cts

£400-600

42 FG385/1 A seven stone diamond ring claw set to the front with uniform round brilliant cut diamonds, precious white metal setting stamped 18ct

44 FG408/22 A gentleman’s diamond set ring the round cut diamond claw set to an 18ct gold plain shank

Ring size: P, Estimated total

Ring size: X

diamond weight 0.91cts

£250-400

Ring size: T, Estimated total

£500-800 43 FG402/2 A diamond set ring of cross over design, channel set with six princess cut diamonds diagonally flanked by round cut millegrain set diamonds, in white and yellow metal stamped 750 Ring size: N

£400-600

46 FG459/1 A three stone diamond ring claw set with an old cushion cut diamond, flanked to either side by a similarly set old round cut diamond, to a plain white metal shank stamped 18CT PLAT

45 FG444/5 A pair of diamond set earstuds each corner claw set with a princess cut diamond in white metal, with post and butterfly fittings, butterfly stamped 14K £500-600

diamond weight 1.30cts

£200-400 47 FG467/13 A diamond cluster ring millegrain set with seven old cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank stamped 18CT; together with a five stone diamond ring, claw set with five graduated old cushion cut diamonds, to an 18ct gold shank (2) Ring size: J/K, L/M

£250-350

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48 FG507/12 A three stone diamond ring claw set with three graduated old cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank (previously plated); together with a diamond cluster ring, claw set in a wheel form to the centre with a old cut diamond in an open border of smaller old cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank stamped 18CT (2) Ring size: L/M, H

£300-500


Coloured Gem Jewellery

49 FF480/4 An emerald and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a round cut emerald in a single border of round cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct yellow gold shank Ring size: S/T

£250-400

50 FG460/1 A pair of emerald and diamond set earrings of circular outline, claw set to the centre with an oval cut emerald and four diamond chips, the open stylised surround set with small round cut emeralds and diamond chips, together with a matching circular pendant stamped, all marked 585 with indistinct foreign mark (2) £300-500

51 FD754/36 A Tanzanite and diamond set necklace the ball link chain, stamped 750, set the to the centre front with three floral clusters comprising a central claw set brilliant cut diamond in a border of five oval shaped Tanzanites; together with a pair of fittings, stamped 750 (3) Total carat weight: diamonds 0.19cts, Tanzanites 4.38cts

£300-400

52 FF464/1 A Tanzanite set ring claw set with an oval cut Tanzanite, flanked to each shoulder by a tapered princess cut diamond, to a plain platinum shank Ring size: O, Estimated total gem weight 5.43cts

£2,000-3,000

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

53 FF500/3 An 18ct gold multi-gem set cocktail ring collet set with four graduated coloured gemstones in an abstract deisgn Ring size: R

£150-250

54 FF500/10 An Art Deco style dress ring set with a cabochon cut black onyx, with applied white metal geometric design set throughout with small round cut diamonds, pierced shoulders similarly set Ring size: S/T

£200-300

55 FF500/30 An Ant Deco style onyx and diamond set pendant the black onyx tapered rectangular panel set in precious white metal, with applied geometric white metal design, set with small round cut diamonds, the bale similarly set, also with two small ruby cabochons, stamped 750 ITALY Length including bale 5.5cm

£250-400

55A FG276/55 An emerald and diamond set ring the central oval cut emerald claw set in a tapering border of small round cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank stamped 14K Ring size: O

£150-250 56 FG228/3 Jadeite and diamond carved pendant modelled as a chinese dragon, the bale set with thirteen round cut diamonds Approx 8cm x 5cm

£200-300

57 FF500/27A A modern mottled blue necklace of even size beads, planished 18ct gold clasp; a turquoise pebble and silver link bracelet by LINKS of London; a modern silver and gem set necklace, the neck piece with facetted ball quartz beads, turquoise pebbles, to a main pebble with further polished and facetted ball quartz beads, all silver mounted chain (3) 44cm, bracelet sprung, 54cm neck length, drop further 14cm

£150-250

58 FG228/4 A cornelian carved bangle modelled as a plain broad band 8cm diameter

£200-400 59 FG228/6 Four assorted dark green hardstone carvings carved with various Chinese motifs; including a pendant and chain, stamped 935 and three other intricately carved pieces (4) £200-400

60 FG276/50 A Scottish gilt metal agate mounted bracelet set with ten lozenge shaped agates, concealed clasp; together with two agate set kilt pins; a citrine set ring; two yellow metal and seed pearl set Victorian brooches; two gem set bar brooches; £150-250 61 FG276/54 An opal and diamond dress ring the oval opal claw set in a border of round cut diamonds, to an 18ct gold shank Ring size: M

£150-250

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

62 FG345/8 An amethyst and seed pearl set pendant collet set with an oval cut amethyst in a yellow metal openwork foliate border set with seed pearls, suspending a pear cut collet set amethyst drop, to a fancy link yellow metal chain, clasp and bale stamped 9CT Length of pendant including bale: 6.5cm

£180-250

63 FG125/4 A pair of modern multi-gem set ear pendants each of open scroll design, collet set to the centre with a pear cut amethyst, a similarly cut blue topaz and an oval cut citrine, with asymmetric scroll surmount, post and butterfly fittings, stamped 14K EBH 6.5cm long, estimated total weights: amethyst 3.38cts, blue topaz 3.40cts, citrine 1.48cts, 9.8g total

£180-250

64 FF470/1 A 9ct gold multi-gem set novelty brooch modelled as a leopard set throughout with round cut sapphires and diamonds, the eyes modelled with round cut rubies and safety chain fastenings

65 FF500/4 An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond set ring modelled as a leopard’s head with diamond set collar and eyes, the head set with small diamonds and sapphires

10.5g, 4cm wide

Ring size: K

£300-500

£200-300

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

66 FG405/2 A modern carved ruby bead necklace composed of twenty-six graduated carved ruby beads, between textured yellow metal barrel spacers, to a pierced yellow metal ball clasp Length 45cm, beads 12mm - 19mm

£180-250

67 FG405/1 A lapis lazuli bead necklace composed of twenty-four circular lapis lazuli beads, with various yellow metal spacers formed as small beads, discs and stars; to a textured yellow metal ball clasp Length 48cm, beads approx 16mm

£180-250

68 FG577/6 A long string of green mottled beads with facetted crystal spacers, another string similar but larger, silver clasp; a single strand of even moss green beads, plain clasp; a long strand of green hardstone beads of even size, silver gilt clasp; a double strand of green mottled hard stone beads, clasped stamped silver 158cm, 90cm, 51cm, 60cm, 37cm long

£300-500

69 FG444/6 A sapphire and diamond set crescent brooch claw set with alternating round cut graduated sapphires and diamonds, with brooch and safety chain fittings 25mm diameter

£100-200 70 FG577/13 A gold mounted hardstone cameo ring the oval hardstone showing good contrast with profile of Greek man, simply claw set, plain shank Cameo 11mm x 7.7mm Ring size J

£180-250

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71 FF500/7 An amethyst and paste set dress ring a platinum wedding band; a gold knot ring; a yellow metal ring set half large mabe pearl, indistinctly marked; a 9ct gold belcher link bracelet with three gold heart pendants and four hardstone ball pendants; a gold ring set slender pale rectangular cut aquamarine, with two small diamonds to each side, yellow gold shank and an 18ct gold key pendant of Gothic form set central lapis cabochon and terminal Chain 18.5cm, Key 60mm including bale

£300-500


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

72 FG336/1 A sapphire and diamond set pendant claw set with an off-round shaped sapphire below a cluster of three claw set round cut diamonds, to a fine belcher link chain stamped 18ct Length of pendant including bale: 25mm

£500-800

73 FF436/2 A modernist 9ct gold and ruby brooch of textured abstract design, set throughout with claw set round cut rubies, with brooch fittings; together with a sapphire and half pearl set crescent brooch, set with a graduated row of half pearls, set to the centre with an open circular boder claw set with nine round cut sapphires 65mm long, 17.6g

£200-300

74 FG276/61 A collection of items to include a Scottish agate set bracelet; a collection of silver Scottish pieces; various gem set tie pins; an oval paste set brooch; a cultured pearl necklace and associated earrings; two ladies wrist watches, various other brooches, rings and necklaces (qty)

77 FG365/1 A sapphire and diamond set ring claw set with a cushion cut sapphire of blue/violet hue, in a closed back setting with a double border of round cut diamonds, to a white metal shank stamped 18K

75 FG345/3 A single stone Zircon ring claw set with a round brilliant cut zircon, to a plain white metal shank stamped 9ct; together with a five stone diamond ring, claw set with five graduated old cut diamonds, to a yellow metal shank stamped 18CT PLAT (2)

76 FG228/2 A pair of sapphire and diamond earrings claw set with a single round cut diamond, suspending an oval cut sapphire claw set in a border of small similarly set round cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings, post marked 9CT

Ring size: L

Ring size: L/M, O/P

length of cluster 19mm

£800-1,200

£150-250

£300-500

£200-300

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Modern Jewellery

78 FF500/29 An 18ct two colour diamond set modernist ring IRB, London, circa 1990, of naturalistic form of open wire form, claw set with three white and three brown circular cut diamonds, together with an 18ct two colour gold diamond set ring, the angled white gold section set circular cut diamonds, the yellow gold with a planished finish, the rear of the diamonds cut in heart shapes (2) Ring size J/K, S/T

£250-400

79 FG329/2 A yellow metal charm bracelet composed of two rows of yellow metal curb links, one stamped 9CT, the other unmarked, suspending a variety of yellow metal marked and unmarked charms, including various gem set examples, a 9ct gold box, a 9ct gold merry-go-round, keys, cocktail shakers, teapots etc Total weight 140g

£800-1,000

80 FF500/2 An 18ct white gold an diamond set woven bracelet modelled as a belt, the buckle set circular cut diamonds 22.5cm long, 35g

£400-600

81 FF471/2 A diamond and sapphire brooch composed as a floral spray, set throughout with round cut diamonds and sapphires, set in unmarked white metal; together with another sapphire and cultured pearl set spray brooch, stamped 9ct (2) length of brooch approx 6cm

£200-300

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82 FF500/15 An Italian woven silver gilt necklace of plaited form 40cm long

£80-120

83 FF500/17 An 18ct gold charm bracelet made of large belcher links, circular hoop with cabochon set baton clasp, the whole with various lapis charms and other gold charms set various cabochons, with safety chain 22cm long, 47g all in

£500-700


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Jewellery & Silver

84 FG408/28 A three-coloured yellow metal fringed necklace composed of textured graduated fringed links, with a concealed clasp stamped 750 39.6g, 45cm long

£600-800

85 FG408/29 A three coloured yellow metal broad bracelet designed as a broad satin finished band, composed of rectangular textured links, to a concealed clasp stamped 750 64.4g, 19.5cm long

£800-1,200

86 FF500/19 A modern 18ct gold necklace of belcher links of large size, large hoop clasp, with five cabochon set links to the front 77cm long, 61g

£1,000-1,500 87 FF500/22 A 9ct gold necklace of long flat links, with a gilt metal heart shaped pendant Chain 74cm long, 45g

£300-400

88 FF500/27 A collection of diamond and pearl set ear studs to include a pair of cubes set with twelve circular cut diamonds, by Eric Smith Glasgow; a pair of pearl ear studs with diamond accents; a pair of silver pearl ear studs and diamond terminals; two odd ear studs; an 18ct gold pearl pendant, diamond set mount and clasp; ear studs post and butterfly fittings (Qty)

90 FG336/6 A yellow metal fancy link bracelet composed of floral and lozenge shaped links, with a concealed clasp and safety chain, stamped 750, suspending a circular charm stamped 9CT

89 FG276/65 A yellow metal charm bracelet composed of graduated belcher links marked ‘9’, suspending various agate and yellow metal charms, including a George V half sovereign; agate fobs, watch key etc

22.4g combined weight

£300-500

£200-300

£250-400

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91 FG408/30 An eastern bracelet composed of rows of circular pierced and planished links, forming a broad band, to a textured concealed clasp with indistinct foreign marks to pin 35.8g length 19cm, width 4cm

£400-600

91 FG345/2 A 9ct gold flexible link snake necklace modelled as a snake with an articulated link body, engraved detail to the head and tail, the eyes set with small rubies £150-250

18.5g, 64cm long

94 FG408/27 A 9ct gold fancy link necklace composed of two rows of textured links, to a concealed clasp

£300-400

21.4g, 42cm long

93 FG408/26 A yellow metal necklace composed of rope twist links, clasp stamped 750

£250-350

95 FG408/35 A silver ingot pendant of rectangular outline with feature hallmarks for London 1976; together with an 1885 American dollar (EF, O mint mark) mounted pendant with a white metal fancy link chain; a silver fancy link necklace; assorted earrings, chains and pendants (qty) £200-300

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96 FG544/1 A 9ct gold charm bracelet composed of curb links with a padlock clasp, suspending various 9ct gold charms including animals, shoes, people etc; together with two loose yellow metal charms Total weight 50.2g

£350-500


Named Jewellery

97 FF500/9 GEORG JENSEN - Fusion 3.1 18ct three coloured gold ring set comprising three inter-locking rings of plain abstract design, each modelled in white, yellow and rose gold (3) Ring size: N/O

£400-600

98 FF500/21 SIGNORETTI - an 18ct gold gem set curb link bracelet the signed clasp to a large circular link with baton detail and with cabochon terminals, V section curb links 19.5cm, 39g

£600-800

99 FF500/20 SIGNORETTI - an 18ct gold gem set necklace the signed hinged clasp to stirrup type clasp, baton with cabochon set terminals, the chain of V section curb links 42.5cm long, 73g

£1,100-1,300

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100 FG217/1 HIRSH - A diamond solitaire ring claw set with an oval cut diamond, the shoulders set each with a tapered baguette cut diamond, to an 18ct yellow gold shank Ring size: N/O

£500-800

101 FF684/12 OLA GORIE - A 9ct gold pendant of circular outline with pierced scrolling detail, to a 9ct gold fancy link chain; together with another example of abstract celtic design, to a yellow metal find belcher link chain (2) width of pendants 25mm & 35mm

£140-180

102 FF684/13 OLA GORIE - A silver and enamel brooch of lozenge outline with pierces swirling detail with purple enamel decoration; together with four other silver brooches of various Celtic designs, and three silver pendants by the same maker; accompanied by various other silver and white metal pieces of jewellery displaying Celtic motifs (qty) £300-400

Pearl Jewellery 103 FF500/24 A pearl necklace with ribbon clasp in 9ct gold set single pearl, of even size, with four gold spacers set small single cut stones; a small pearl bracelet with gold spaces; a long strand of even sized pearls, 15ct gold ball clasp 34cm, 19cm, 93cm long

£200-300

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Length approx 54cm

105 FE691/9 A double strand pearl necklace composed two strings of graduated pearls, the concealed clasp claw set with a round cut citrine in a single border of pearls

£150-250

44.5cm long

104 FD754/30 A double strand cultured pearl necklace composed of uniform size pearls, good lustre, gold clasp stamped 585, and another of similar form

£200-300

106 FF500/28 A black pearl necklace of graduated size 88cm long

£200-300


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107 FG408/24 A cultured pearl necklace composed of a single strand of uniform pearls to a yellow metal clasp stamped 14K 83cm long

£400-600

108 FG408/25 A cultured pearl necklace composed of a single row of graduated cultured pearls; to a white metal pierced clasp set with a half pearl, marked STERLING SILVER

109 FG444/3 A cultured pearl necklace composed of a single strand of graduated pearls, the clasp set with a marquise cut diamond in a single border of old cut diamonds

57cm long

56.5cm long

£200-400

£300-400

110 FG444/4 A double strand cultured pearl necklace composed of two strands of uniform pearls, to a yellow metal clasp set with a trap cut amethyst in a pierced decorative border, clasp stamped 9CT 69cm long

£150-250

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Watches

111 FG408/5 A 1920s platinum and diamond set evening pocket watch the circular dial inscribed DOXA, baton and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the main case of square form with deep canted corners set with circular cut diamonds, the keyless wind movement inscribed, with bi-metal balance £500-700

112 FF468/2 An 18ct gold hunter cased pocket watch keyless wind, English lever movement signed Peter Duff Glasgow, three quarter plate, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, plain case Dial 45mm diameter

£500-700

114 FG467/16 An 18ct gold cased gentleman’s pocket watch open faced, keyless wind, lever movement, enamel dial inscribed Mackay and Chisolm, Edinburgh as is the three quarter plate movement, case engraved monogram and inscription to the cuvette Dial 44mm diameter

113 FG467/3 Two Victorian gold cased pocket watches both keyless wind, one open faced the other demi hunter cased, marked 18k and 14k, plain and engraved cases, one with enamel detail £200-300

£350-500 115 FG495/2 A collection of watches to include a key wind silver cased open-faced pocket watch; a full hunter cased rolled gold example; a lady’s rolled gold wrist watch; a yellow metal lady’s wrist watch, stamped 9CT; a lady’s Rotary wristwatch, to a leather strap (5) £150-250

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116 FG507/16 An 18ct gold open-faced, keyless wind pocket watch the gilt dial with onset red gold Roman numerals, gold floral work, blued hands, the bezel with chased foliate decoration, engine turned case, engraved inscription to inside, lever movement by Benson of London; together with a silver demi hunter cased silver key less wind pocket watch

118 FF451/5 Various watches and watch parts to include RECORD - a lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch, small dial, integral gold bracelet; CERTINA - a lady’s 18ct gold watch head, champagne dial; an Edwardian gold cased lady’s wrist watch, gilt bracelet; two silver cased pocket watches; compass; chains, Albert etc (qty) £200-300

Dial 40mm diameter

£400-600 117 FF468/4 A diamond set cocktail watch of canted rectangular form, diamond set bezel, diamond set stepped mounts, flexible strap £600-800

119 FF468/3 An early 20th century lady’s gold wrist watch tonneau shaped case, Arabic numerals together with; OMEGA - a gentleman’s 9ct gold cased watch head; a gilt cased Waltham pocket watch; a Victorian silver cased, open faced key wind pocket watch £200-350


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120 FG577/7 ROLEX- a gentleman’s stainless steel cased wrist watch Victory model, inscribed to dial, luminous hands and numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, leather strap, screw off back, large notches, numbered 557550, movement usually signed under the face (not checked), made for military use circa 1938, plain leather strap

121 FG408/1 OMEGA - a gentleman’s 9ct gold wristwatch the circular champpagne dial with sweep second hand, baton numerals, 9ct gold mesh link bracelet Dial size 27mm

£250-450

Case width 29mm

£200-400

122 LT2013/45 A small gold and enamelled Victorian fob watch the guilloche enamel dial with blued hands, chased gold bezel, English lever movement, rear cover also enamelled

124 FF468/6 OMEGA - an 18ct gold wrist watch Constellation model, champagne dial, with sweep second hand, date aperture, integral polished link heavy flexible bracelet

Dial 25mm diameter

Dial 27mm

£180-250

£450-650

123 FF101/2 A lady’s platinum cased diamond set cocktail watch the circular dial with Arabic numerals, the case set with a border of old cut diamonds, to a black cord bracelet with fold over clasp, movement signed, case marked PLATINUM

125 FF468/8 TAG HEUER - a gentleman’s sports watch brushed stainless steel case, rotating bezel, dial inscribed ‘Automatic 200 metres’ brushed stainless bracelet, screw down winder, case stamped 669.209F

£200-300

£200-300

126 FF500/1 GUCCI - a lady’s 107 Diamond Series Charms wrist watch polished stainless steel case and bracelet, diamond set bezel, charms to bracelet, with box and papers

128 FG408/3 OMEGA - gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch black dial with baton and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, gilt hands, with a Rolex crocodile strap

£150-250

Dial size 28mm

£250-400 127 FG337/3 OMEGA - A lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch the circular dial with Roman and baton numerals, to a fancy box link chain and fold over clasp; together with three other 9ct gold cased watches (4)

129 FG408/6 WALTHAM - a gentleman’s 9ct gold wristwatch rounded rectangular silvered dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, movement signed Watham and numbered circa 1933

£200-300

Dial width 27mm

£150-250

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130 FG402/1 PIAGET - A lady’s diamond set wrist watch the champagne dial of rectangular outline with a single border round cut diamonds, with baton numerals, to a yellow metal textured flexible link bracelet stamped 750, to a textured foldover clasp

131 FF448/1 An early 20th century diamond set cocktail watch the circular dial with baton numerals, with a diamond set bezel the flexible link bracelet with diamond detail £400-600

Width of dial 13mm

£600-900

132 FG408/8 OMEGA - and others, a group of four lady’s wrist watches GENEVE a lady’s wrist watch elliptical stainless steel case, off set dial, baton numerals, sweep second hand and date aperture, white ‘rally’ style integral leather strap; RADIANT a lady’s stainless steel cased wrist watch, oval brown effect dial baton numerals, inscribed BLUMAR Automatic, integral mesh bracelet, circa mid 70s; ROTARY a quartz gilt cased wrist watch; OMEGA a lady’s wrist watch, narrow blue dial, inscribed DeVille, baton numerals, cloth strap; Ornata a white metal ball pendant fob watch and a long continental silver chain; a rolled gold gentleman’s pocket watch and a chain £200-300

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133 FG408/9 OMEGA - a gentleman’s wrist watch oval stainless steel case, circular black dial inscribed Omega Automatic, Geneve Dynamic, baton numerals, sweep second hand, date aperture, integral Omega stainless steel bracelet Case width with winder 42mm

£300-500 134 FG444/1 ZENITH - a 9ct gold lady’s wristwatch the rectangular dial with baton numerals, to an integral woven link bracelet with textured fold over clasp Dial 14mm wide

£120-150

135 FG577/8 ROLEX - two 9ct gold cased ladies wrist watches the first circular rose gold case, enamel dial, gilt detail, movement signed; the other rounded square form, off white dial, inscribed, subsidiary seconds dial, engraved detail to the side of the case, movement signed, later

136 FG577/8A ROLEX - a group of three gold cased ladies wrist watches the first slightly bubble shaped glass, dial inscribed, subsidiary seconds dial, movement signed, another with gilt Arabic numerals, signed movement, another slightly larger, inscribed dial, gilt baton numerals (3)

£180-250

£250-400 137 FG577/10 LINDEX - a diamond set cocktail watch platinum case with diamond set bezel, diamond set hinged corded strap mounts, champagne dial, inscribed, gilt baton numerals watch length 36mm

£200-300


Parcel Lots of Jewellery

138 FF471/1 A five stone diamond ring millegrain set with five graduated round cut diamonds to a yellow metal shank stamped 18CT; together with a single stone illusion set diamond ring, to an 18ct gold shank; a single stone diamond set pendant to a yellow metal fancy link chain; two yellow metal fancy link bracelets, another set with five oval cut aquamarines; an associated aquamarine ring and earrings; a pair of yellow metal and aquamarine set ear studs; an aquamarine and small diamond set pendant and chain; two marcasite set brooches (qty)

140 EAC126/21 An 18k white gold ruby and diamond ring of navette form, claw set in a semi scrolling form; an aquamarine ring; an amethyst set ring; a garnet set ring; another; another amethyst set ring; a Victorian buckle ring; a ruby set eternity ring, channel set; a gem set pendant; a green gem set ring, all set in gold (10) £250-350

139 FG577/17 A mixed lot of jewellery to include pierced, carved and coloured horn pendant necklace in the style of Elizabeth Bonte with crystal and coloured glass beaded necklace, coronation medal GV, pink quartz necklace, agate brooch, Victorian silver and other bangles, Italian milliefiori glass necklace etc. (Qty)

141 FF471/1A A diamond and sapphire cluster ring claw set to the centre with a round cut diamond, in a single border of eight small round cut sapphires, to a yellow metal shank, marks indistinct; together with a 9ct gold floral pendant, set to the centre with a small round cut ruby, to a 9ct gold belcher link chain; a pair of associated ear studs; a sapphire and diamond set ring, to a 9ct gold shank; a single stone diamond pendant and yellow metal chain; a diamond and sapphire set pendant and yellow metal chain; two pairs of yellow metal and gem set earrings (qty)

£150-250

Ring size: Q

Ring size: O, P

£250-350

£250-350

142 FF471/1B A sapphire and diamond cluster ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut sapphire, in a single border of claw set round cut diamonds, to a 9ct gold shank; together with a sapphire and diamond cluster pendant to a yellow metal chain; an opal and ruby set cluster ring to a 9ct gold pierced shank; an opal and diamond set ring to an unmarked yellow metal shank; a 9ct gold wish bone pendant set with a small round cut diamond to a 9ct gold chain; an opal and diamond set pendant to a yellow metal chain; various pairs of pearl and gem set earrings (qty) Ring size: P

£250-350 143 FF451/7 A George V half sovereign in a 9ct mount, to a 9ct yellow gold belcher link chain; together with a lady’s 9ct gold Accurist wrist watch, the circular dial with baton numerals, to a box link bracelet with fold over clasp, in original fitted box and papers (2) £250-350

144 FF471/1C A collection of jewellery to include two single stone diamond rings, both to a 9ct gold shank; a diamond and sapphire cluster ring, to a 9ct gold shank; a three stone illusion set diamond ring, to a yellow metal shank; an aquamarine and diamond set cluster ring, to a yellow metal shank; a 9ct gold fancy link chain; various other gem set pendants to yellow metal chains; a pair of yellow metal and ruby set ear studs (qty) £250-350 145 FF684/9 A 9ct gold cross with applied foliate detail, to a 9ct gold fine curb link chain; together with two white metal and paste set crosses; a yellow metal and purple paste set cross to a yellow metal chain; a white metal cross with pierced foliate and bird detail; a small marcasite set brooch in the form of a ribbon (qty) 9ct gold cross 6.6g, 4cm long

£200-300 146 FG228/5 Five assorted freshwater pearl bracelets of various colours, together with a similar example with white metal beaded spacers; a pearl cross pendant and yellow metal chain, stamped 925 ITALY; a lady’s D&G wrist watch (qty) £200-300

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147 FF684/10 A collection of Victorian jewellery to include a large gold and half pearl set locket; a seed pearl set pendant photograph frame; another large locket; a collection of gold and other bar brooches, of various motifs; a citrine pendant fob; a yellow metal filigree and paste set brooch; various other pendants and pins; and a box of miscellaneous items (qty) locket including bale 6cm

£250-350 148 FF684/11 A set of six Art Nouveau silver buttons R&W, Birmingham 1902, also signed ‘DIOLOT’, of oval form depicting a woman in profile; together with a Norwegian white metal necklace, composed of multiple leaf shaped links decorated with blue enamel; an eastern white metal bangle; a Scottish market bangle set with various agates; a hardstone pendant brooch; various other brooches, rings and pendants (qty) diameter of button 26mm

£200-300

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149 FG228/7 A collection of items to include; various pearl and other gem set necklaces and bracelets; a mother of pearl set bangle; a yellow metal bangle with textured detail; a carved coral set pendant; and various other pieces (qty) £150-250 150 FG272/1 A yellow metal Victorian brooch of circular outline with beaded and filigree detail, glazed panel to rear, unmarked; together with three gem and agate set stick pins; a pair of matched yellow metal and gem set earrings and associated brooch; a yellow metal filigree pendant and chain; smoky quartz set ring; a cameo pendant with fine belcher link chain and brooch fittings (qty) £200-300

152 FG279/4 A collection of items to include a victorian yellow metal and diamond set brooch, modelled as an engraved swirling ribbon, set with old cut diamonds and black enamel fleur-de-lis detail, with brooch and safety chain fittings; a yellow metal and paste set floral spray brooch, stamped BOUCHER; a victorian silver chatelaine (3) width of brooch 6cm

£150-250 153 FG336/7 A diamond set ring claw set with four round cut diamonds, to a think yellow metal shank stamped 18CT; together with an 18ct gold sapphire and seed pearl set ring; a diamond and sapphire set ring; an aquamarine set ring; a white metal and gem set ring; and an 18ct white gold wedding band (6)

151 FG276/49 An Edwardian yellow metal and seed pearl set necklace the centre motif composed of floral and bow seed pearls, suspending a larger floral cluster set with seed pearls and a small central round cut diamond, to a yellow metal rope twist chain; a 9ct gold fancy link necklace; an 18ct white gold wedding band; a 9ct gold Victorian bangle; a silver Victorian bangle (5)

154 FG336/8 A collection of items to include a yellow metal hinged bangle with engraved and beaded detail, marks indistinct; a smoky quartz set pendant to a fine belcher link chain, both stamped 9CT; a lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch; an agate set brooch; various other pendants and necklaces (qty)

£300-500

£150-250

£250-350

155 FG337/1 A collection of jewellery to include an emerald and diamond cluster ring to an 18ct gold band, various cameos, comprising two brooches, earrings, a pendant and a ring, all set in yellow metal; an 18ct gold wedding band (qty) £250-350 156 FG344/1 A collection of jewellery to include a coral necklace composed of bleached graduated coral beads; two gold cased ladies wristwatches; a cameo necklace composed of graduated cameos set in a plastic based material (5) £150-200 157 FG344/3 A cameo brooch the oval cameo depicting a antique woman in profile, set in yellow metal with a scrolling border, glazed panel to the rear; together with various other cameo set brooches and a circular banded agate set brooch (7) £120-180


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158 FG345/1 A collection of mixed jewellery to include; a pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, the oval terminals with engraved detail; a yellow metal muff chain composed of cable links; two cameo brooches, one set in 9ct yellow gold; a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, (5) £200-300 159 FG345/7 A collection of mixed gold and gem set jewellery to include; a Victorian bar brooch, set with small round cut diamonds and sapphires, with glazed panel to rear, stamped 9Ct; an oval agate set brooch; a pair of pearl ear drops, suspended from a 9ct gold post; a collection of smoky quartz set items including a bar brooch, a ring, a pair of earrings and a fob (qty) £200-300 160 FG408/34 A multi-gem set pendant of spherical form, collet set in yellow metal with various cabochon gems and hardstones, marked 9CT; together with a 9ct gold pendant modelled as Concorde; a yellow metal scrolled brooch with textured detail, marked 585; various other yellow metal brooches, rings, necklaces and earrings (qty)

161 FG444/9 A diamond set scarf clip set with an old cut diamond in a star surround set with six diamond chips, stamped 18 with safety chain fittings; together with a yellow metal plain signet ring, stamped 18ct; a yellow metal fancy link gate bracelet with padlock clasp, stamped 9C; rolled gold hunter cased pocket watch; collection of silver and other coins; a rolled gold sovereign keeper; silver mesh purse; silver neck chain; silver broad bracelet, cased officer’s barometer in a leather case retailed by Kahn of San Francisco; pair of ear studs; gold mounted nephrite pendant; pair of lorgnettes (qty) £300-500 162 FG467/11 An amethyst and seed pearl set pendant claw set in yellow metal with an oval cut amethyst in a single border of seed pearls, marked 15CT, to a yellow gold rope twist chain; a 9ct gold signet ring; a yellow metal garnet set ring; an amethyst and citrine set brooch; a novelty enamelled pendant compass; various gem set stick pins; two ladies gold cased wrist watches; various other cufflinks; brooches; necklaces and bracelets (qty)

163 FG467/12 A Victorian yellow metal locket of oval outline, with floral detail to centre set with diamond chips, with a stylised border, engraved initials to reverse; together with a seed pearl set crescent brooch; a peridot and seed pearl set bar brooch; a seed pearl set sweetheart brooch; two turquoise and pearl set rings (qty) £250-350 164 FG495/1 A collection of items to include a large collection of beaded necklaces; a small silver cigarette case; a collection of ladies wrist watches, a quantity of cultured and costume jewellery; various studs and buttons; a quantity of paste set brooches and other items of jewellery (qty) £200-300 165 FG495/3 A collection of wedding bands to include three 22ct gold plain examples; a broad 9ct gold example; another with indistinct marks; a 9ct gold signet ring with engraved detail (6)

166 FG495/6 A cameo brooch of kite-shaped outline, depicting a young woman in profile, set in yellow metal stamped 9CT; together with two small unmounted cameos; a yellow metal bar brooch with flower motif, stamped 15ct; an oval pendant set with Blue John in a 9ct gold mount; a pair of silver cufflinks; a collection of tie pins; a graduated string of cultured pearls; a yellow metal locket to a fancy link chain, etc (qty) £300-400 167 FG577/16 A mixed group of jewellery to include an Art Deco cocktail watch with enamel detail to the case, dial inscribed GRUEN; a 9ct gold oval cased lady’s wrist watch, unsigned; various yellow and white metal chains; gem set bracelet; cameo ring; pearl set gold ring; earrings; EIIR coronation medal; two gem set tiepins (qty) £180-250 168-179 No lots

27.3g combined weight

£300-500

£250-400

pendant 2.5cm tall

£400-600

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Coins, Medals & Medallions

180 FG584/1 A Victorian sovereign and half sovereign the sovereign 1883 and half sovereign 1887 with shield reverse, VF or better (2)

186 FG577/5 A 1937 specimen set from crown to farthing (maundy penny lacking), in original fitted case of issue £180-220

£220-280 181 FG584/5 An Edward VII sovereign 1902 S, AEF £150-180 182 FG584/4 Two Edward VII sovereigns 1902 and 1910, both GVF or better (2)

187 FG577/3 A 1911 Ottawa Mint specimen coin set comprising 50 cents, 25 cents, 10 cents and 1 cent (5 cent lacking) £600-800

183 FG584/3 Two Edward VII sovereigns 1906 and 1908, both AEF (2)

188 FG577/4 SWEDEN - a 1746 Daler of square form, stamped to the corners Crown over FRS (Frederick I) and 1746, centre with denomination stamp, Sill mint

£300-500

125 x 130mm

£300-500

£200-300 184 FG584/2 An Edward VII sovereign and half sovereign the sovereign 1909 and half sovereign 1909, VF or better (2) £220-280 185 FG584/6 A George V sovereign and two half sovereigns the sovereign 1911 and the half sovereigns 1911 and 1912, each GVF or better (3) £300-500

each 16.7g

£200-300 192 FG276/15 A framed WW1 trio and ephemera to two frames comprising a 1914-15 trio to 2626 Pte A M THOMSON A&SH, with embroidered blazer badge, collar dog and identity tag, the second frame with Christmas card, photo and letter etc; together with a 1914 Christmas tin (3) £150-200

189 FG577/2 A group of four Exhibition medallions to Mr F R Sandford, comprising three bronze and one silver Napoleon II French exhibitions and a Australian International Exhibition example (5) £150-250 190 FG467/2 A collection of coins and banknotes comprising various British and world issues, some enamel coins and a various bank notes etc (qty) £150-250

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191 FE227/1 The Kings & Queens Collection - a collection forty silver gilt silver medallions each with portrait of British monarch and cypher to reverse housed in original ‘book’ with family tree and details

193 FG336/5 A WW1 and later group of medals awarded to 20068 SJT J MILLAR R.SCOTS, comprising WW1 pair, Territorial Force War Medals, WW2 Defence medal , George V Territorial Efficiency Medal, mounted on bar with extra ribbons and a Stay Bright Royal Scots cap badge (qty) £150-250


Foreign Silver & Metalwares

194 FG600/23 A Canadian enamel jewellery box marked Birks, STERLING, of shaped oval outline with straight sides, the domed hinged cover, with all over guilloche enamel panels of yellow ground with stylised floral details 14cm wide

£500-700

195 FG275/50 An Eastern presentation salver unmarked, or circular outline with profusely decorated border with animals and bird, scrolling foliage between, the centre with presentation inscription and signatures 41cm diameter, 26oz

£250-350 196 FG275/30A An enamel cigarette box marked MADE IN THAILAND STERLING, of simple rectangular form with enamel scenes of figures being pulled in a horse drawn carriage, the side panels with classical figures and border; together with a small collection of items to include an eastern ash tray, Dutch snuff box, various cased cutlery etc £250-350

197 FF178/2 A collection Middle Eastern metal wares to include pierced and engraved bowls, filigree dish and various spoon etc (qty) £200-300 197A FF609/3 An Italian serving dish marked 800, of scalloped circular outline with reeded border 30cm diameter, 18.5oz

£300-400 198 FB74/4 A pair of Russian mustard pots of globular form with hinged cover and a swept foot, each with foliate niello decoration throughout (2) combined weight 4.3oz, 7cm tall

£150-250

199 FB72/48A An eastern enamel coffee pot marked AE, SILVER to base, the slender baluster body with deep blue ground and twin panels of flowers, slender spout and S scroll handle 24cm high, 18oz

£200-300 200 FB125/30 A matched set of twelve stone set Indian spoons in a fitted case by Marshall & Co Edinburgh, each spoon with enamel and stone set terminal with plain or ropetwist stem and simple bowl; together with a case set of Indian teaspoons and sugar sifter, marked HANHART & Co ALLAHBAD, comprising six teaspoons and sugar sifter with stylised thistle terminals, in fitted case £200-300

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201 FF168/76 A scarce large American salver Samuel Kirk, Baltimore circa 1825 of large shaped circular outline, cast beaded, shell and scroll border, the centre with flat chased floral garlands and border, the central floral and scroll cartouche enclosing initial L, the reverse engraved ‘Anna Thornolike married to Wiilliam J Loving October 12 1825, Given by Frances M Loving to Alice Blight her great grand daughter on her marriage’, raised on three open cast winged acanthus paw feet 49cm diameter, 81oz Note: Samuel Kirk was apprentice to James Howell of Philadelphia, in 1815 he set up in business in his own right in Balitmore where his firm survived for many years. Throughout his career he took on various partnerships and family members within the business and by 1896 the business still thrived under the name Samuel Kirk, Son & Co.

£3,000-5,000

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202 FF223/2 An early 19th century American punch ladle J Ewan, Charleston South Carolina, marked J.EWAN, the deep circular bowl with flat stem and socket handle to turned ivory handle, set with domed finial and engraved thistle plaque and initials 45cm long

£300-500

203 FG542/1 An 18th century French beaker indistinctly marked crown K and another mark to base, of waisted beaker form with engraved foliate banding with IHS within and ropetwist and cherub lower border, on a stepped circular foot 12cm high, 5.9oz

£200-300

204 FB72/48 A pair of modern Italian silver plated vases and stands the large baluster urns with bold embossed foliate scroll decoration and wide flared rims and twin acanthus handles, resting on large shaped circular plates with scalloped rims and fruit and foliate border (4)

205 FG590/3 A large Sheffield plated butler’s tray of rectangular outline with twin handles and scalloped foliate rim and engraved scrolling and foliate detail, armorial to centre, to four decorative bracket feet

206 FG430/7 A set of three silver plated candlesticks the reeded columns with corinthian capitals, raised on a stepped square base (3) 34.5cm tall

£200-300

Width across handles 76.5cm

£150-200

Urns 51cm high, plates 44cm diameter

£200-300

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207 FF684/6 A Chinese export silver filigree fan composed of fourteen filigree guard sticks with scrolling and floral detail, joined by a decorative purple ribbon and a filigree loop at the pommel 22cm long

ÂŁ200-300

208 FD555/2 A late 17th century Italian chalice Palermo, circa 1680, the short bowl with gilded interior, the rim with engraved bishops armorial and rim formed from foliate scrolls and cherubs, the knopped stem with similar decoration above a large spreading foot with chased cherubs and foliate borders; together with a later paten of plain dished form, London 1949 (2) 29cm high, 26oz

ÂŁ1,800-2,500

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Modern Silver

209 FB66/3 A pair of modern silver gilt cast figural candelabra Carrington & Co, London 1964, the cast rococo bases with standing figure of a flower seller or girl with watering can, raised on a naturalistic stem and bud sconce, with scroll arms with flame central and foliate sconce on foliate drip pans 28cm high, each 44oz

£1,500-1,800

210 FG328/63 A modern punch bowl Barnards, London 1920, the tapered bowl with everted rim and twin lion mask and ring handles, engraved coat of arms and raised on a stepped foot diameter 26.5cm , 41oz

£400-600

211 FG243/1 A modern silver mirror DSS, London 1979, the embossed heart shaped frame with scrolling foliate detail and vacant cartouche, all to a velvet lined wooden frame 43cm tall

£300-500

212 FG408/17 A cased silver manicure set Daniel Manufacturing Company, Birmingham 1925, comprising various scissors, files and buffs in a fitted case; together with a cased set of six teaspoons, Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1941; six commemorative Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee teaspoons (qty)

213 FG118/1 A modern salver Sheffield 1918, of shaped circular outline with crescent and shell rim and raised on three claw and ball feet 27cm diameter 19oz

£200-300

£150-200

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214 FF160/55 A Celtic revival four piece tea service R & W Sorley, Glasgow 1913, comprising water pot, tea pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, the simple tapered bodies with chased celtic interlace border and cartouches, with short figural spouts and C scroll handles with split celtic beast terminals (4) water pot 21cm high, combined weight 61oz

£600-800

215 FF684/2 A biscuit box Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1928, of plain oval design, with gadrooned detail to the hinged lid 18.5oz, 16cm x 9cm

£150-250

216 FG290/262 A modern three piece tea set Charles Edwards, London 1914, comprising a teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, of squat baluster form with a swept circular foot; together with an Edwardian teapot, London 1904, with chased foliate detail and presentation inscription (4) £300-500

217 FG9/246A A collection of items to include two napkin rings with engraved initials; a collection of flatware, various dates and makers, a small silver lid (qty) combined weight 41.5oz

£300-500

218 FF684/4 A presentation rose bowl Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1925, of plain design with twin ‘C’ scroll handles and presentation inscriptions to a stepped circular base; together with a small pair of spill vases, Birmingham 1908; a silver cream helmet, Chester 1903; two presentation mugs; two ladles (qty) 25.8oz weighable silver

£350-450

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219 FF178/1 A three piece tea set Sheffield 1911, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with baluster body and everted pierced and cast rim (3) teapot 13.5cm high, combined weight 46oz

£400-600

220 FF469/1 A novelty pepperette Birmingham 1911, makers mark obscured, modelled as a standing pig wearing a bib inscribed ‘This little pig has roast beef’ to the front and to reverse with ‘This little pig had none’, the pierced pull off cover formed as his hat 6cm high, 16.4g

£180-250

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221 FF178/3 A set of four toast racks Viners, Sheffield 1940, with five bars and simple loop handle; together with a larger seven bar silver plated example (5) 7oz

£80-120

222 FG590/15 A presentation tennis trophy Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1915, of tapered form with twin ‘C’ scroll handles and oversized beaded detail, with presentation inscription, to a turned wooden base with applied silver presentation shields

223 EAC126/11 A silver owl vesta case Birmingham 1987, DAB, modelled as a standing owl, hinged head, inset glass eyes 50mm high, 28g all in

£100-200

Height including base 34cm, 43.8oz

£400-600

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224 FG543/1 A modern Queen’s pattern canteen United Cutlers of Sheffield, Sheffield 1995, of double struck queen’s pattern with shell heel, comprising eight each of: coffee spoons, teaspoons, dessert spoons, soup spoons, dessert fork, table fork, fish fork, fish knife, side knife, table knife; also to contain four servings spoons; a carving knife, fork and steel; a cake knife and slice (qty) weighable sliver 140oz

£2,000-3,000 225 FG543/2 A matched modern Queen’s pattern canteen United Cutlers of Sheffield, Sheffield, various dates predominantly 1997, of double struck queen’s pattern with shell heel, comprising eight each of: coffee spoons, tea spoons, dessert spoons, soup spoons, dessert forks, table forks, fish forks fish knifes, side knives, table knives; also to contain four serving spoons; a carving knife, fork and steel, a cake slice and knife; a cheese knife (qty) weighable silver 138.9oz

£2,000-3,000

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226 FG543/3 A modern Hanoverian pattern canteen United Culters of Sheffield, Sheffield 1999, of Hanoverian pattern comprising eight each of: table knives, side knives, teaspoons, dessert spoons, soup spoons, desert forks, table forks; also to include four servings spoons, a carving knife and fork and a carving steel (qty) weighable silver 89.6oz

£2,000-3,000


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227 FG455/2 A pair of communion cups J. Cameron & Sons (of Kilmarnock), Glasgow 1899, with bell shaped bowls engraved ‘WEST KILBRIDE PARISH CHURCH’, on a tapered knopped stem and spreading foot, the foot additionally engraved ‘The gift of Edward Adam, Banker, West Kilbride, Sept 1899’ and the other ‘The gift of David Johnston, Writer Glasgow Sept 1899’ (2) 23.5cm high, each 16oz Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church

£2,000-3,000

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228 FG455/3 A rare pair of William III Scottish provincial communion cups J Luke II of Glasgow, marked IL, Glasgow town mark, IL, b, the deep bell shaped bowls inscribed ‘THE COMMUNION CUP AT KILLBRYDE’ resting on a tapered knopped baluster stem and stepped circular foot (2) 23cm high, 16oz each Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church Note: Bell shaped communion cups such as this represent amongst the earliest patterns of communion ware in Glasgow. As would become standard for Glasgow communion wares they are made by John Luke whose family name would be tied to the manufacture of high quality silver for generations to come.

£10,000-15,000

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229 FG455/4 A modern travelling communion set Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1936, comprising flagon, communion cup and paten, each of typical form with engraved border and mottos, in fitted travelling case flagon 15cm high, combined weight 9.3oz Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church

£300-500

230 FG455/1 A pair of silver plated communion flagons and plates the flagons of simple tapered form with short spout and hinge cover, with simple circular plates with moulded rims an, each with monogrammed initials and inscribed ‘WEST KILBRIDE 1891’ (4) flagons 36cm high Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church

£150-250

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231 FG455/7 A set of ten silver plated communion spoons of Old English pattern with cross and B.P.C engraved to terminal, with shallow circular bowls (10)

232 FG455/7A A set of ten silver plated communion spoons of Old English pattern with cross and B.P.C engraved to terminal, with shallow circular bowls (10)

17.5cm long

17.5cm long

Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church

Provenance: West Kilbride Parish Church

£80-120

£80-120

233 FC985/7 A pair of silver plated communion flagons FW & Co, the slightly flared cylindrical bodies with short spout and slender S scroll handle, raised on a flared stepped base and with domed hinged cover (2) 40cm high Provenance: Steeple Kirk, Dundee

£200-300


Antique Silver

234 FG382/1 A matched four piece Victorian tea set various dates and makers, comprising water pot, teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, each of zodiac pattern with profusely chased decoration (4) water pot 27cm high, combined weight 55oz

£700-900

235 FF454/2 An Edwardian pierced basket D & G Edwards (of Glasgow), Sheffield 1905, off circular outline with gadrooned rim and pierced border, the bellied body with foliate and lattice pierced panels, raised on three feet

237 FG272/3A A novelty model of the coronation chair Saunders & Sheppard, Chester 1901, realistically modelled with cast and chased details 5cm high, 24.6g

£100-200

16cm diameter, 7.2oz

£150-250 236 FG586/57 An Edwardian salver Charles Stuart Harris, London 1903, of circular outline with scalloped rim, to three hoof feet; together with a smaller example, London 1922; a pair of triangular toast racks, Sheffield 1926; a sauce boat, Birmingham 1913; a circular quaich with presentation inscription, Sheffield 1908 (qty) Combined weight 36.4oz, diameter of salver 25.5cm

£350-450

240 FF179/61 A late Victorian four piece silver tea service Sheffield 1896, comprising water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with slight baluster body, gadrooned and floral scroll decoration (4) weight 74oz

241A FF609/1 A matched early Victorian three piece tea set teapot Henry Holland, London 1859, milk jug London 1839, sugar bowl London 1827, comprising a tea pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, of bulbous form with embossed foliate detail and ‘C’ scroll handles (3)

£800-1,200

40.2oz

waterpot 23.5cm high, combined

238 FG444/11 A cased set of twelve trefid teaspoons and tongs R Stewart, London 1910, of trefid form with lace decoration to obverse and reverse of stem, in original fitted case 8.6oz

£100-200 239 FG44/2 A novelty Limpet condiment dish Birmingham 1896, the trefoil stand with two open salts and a hinged covered mustard formed from limpet shells

£600-800 241 FG395/1 A late Victorian four piece tea set Martin & Hall, Sheffield 1896 comprising water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with gadrooned lower section and engraved upper border, with ball feet and angular handles (4) waterpot 21cm high, combined

242 FE466/2 An Edwardian dressing table mirror Birmingham 1902, of shaped rectangular outline with embossed and pierced foliate scrolling frame on green velvet backing, with chamfered edge shaped mirror plate within

weight 58oz

65cm high

£600-800

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243 FF684/5 A silver mounted scent bottle London 1892, the cut glass bottle of square outline with silver mounts of pierced scrolling and foliate detail, the hinged lid depicting a classical scene, with internal cut glass stopper 15cm tall

£200-300

244 FG507/1 A Victorian four piece silver tea and coffee service Stephen Smith & William Nicholson, London 1853, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, each of baluster form with engraved foliate detail, the handles and spout with similar applied detail and applied floral finials (4) combined weight 69.8oz, coffee pot 25cm tall

£1,000-1,500

245 FG590/15A A presentation goblet Henry Holland, London 1860, with foliate detail to bowl and presentation inscriptions, to a swept circular foot; together with a large presentation trophy, Birmingham 1928, the plain bowl with presentation inscription and twin ‘C’ scroll handles, to a knopped stem and a swept foot; a pair of sauce boats, of typical form, Sheffield 1951 (qty) combined weight 29.8oz

£250-350

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246 FG507/4 A large Victorian silver mustard pot Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1854, of circular outline with engraved foliate detail; together with a pair of silver fish servers, AH, Sheffield 1851, of conventional form with pierced foliate detail (2)

247 FD770/1 A William IV punch bowl J McKay, Edinburgh 1834, of tapered hemispherical form with chased trailing border of scrolls and foliage, inscribed ‘Fife Hunt Race 9th September 1855’, raised on domed foot with chased foliate border

248 FG507/7 A silver entree dish lid London 1835, with gadrooned detail and engraved initials ‘AIEFL’; together with an associated silver plated base, unmarked with beaded detail to rim and matching initials to interior

27.5cm diameter, 37.5oz

£200-300

Mustard pot 5oz

£600-900

£200-300

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249 FF72/109 A set of twelve Victorian plates E & J Barnard, London 1845, retailed by A B Savory & Sons Cornhill London, each of shaped circular outline with gadrooned rim and engraved crest and initials (12) 25cm diameter, each 17oz Provenance: The Estate of Dr. Renate Davis

£3,000-5,000

250 FG407/2 ABERDEEN - a set of six Scottish provincial teaspoons G Booth, marked GB, A, B, D, of Fiddle pattern with engraved initials; together with a set of amethyst and citrine topped tea spoons, R Allison, Edinburgh 1959 (12) £200-300

251 FG407/1 BANFF - a Scottish provincial soup ladle William Simpson, marked WS, E, thistle, of Fiddle and Thread pattern with engraved initials to terminal 37cm long, 7.6oz

£300-500

252 FG507/10A DUNDEE - a set of eleven Scottish provincial table spoons Alexander Cameron, marked CAM/ERON, C, thistle, pot of lillies, DUN/DEE, of Fiddle pattern with engraved initials ‘WPA’ to terminal (11)

252A FF609/2 A Victorian seven bar toast rack Mackay & Chisholm, Edinburgh 1841, of rounded rectangular outline to four bracket feet, with central oval ring handle of decorative foliate detail

23.8oz, 22.5cm long

17.5cm long, 8.6oz

£200-300

£300-500

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253 FF688/1 An unusual George III ‘barrel’ form double beaker Mitchell & Russell (of Glasgow), Edinburgh 1815, the twin tapered barrel form beakers with moulded reeded borders and engraved stave line overall height 16cm, 10oz

£1,500-2,500

254 FG395/2 A small collection of silver to include various flatware; a leather and silver mounted glass hipflask and sauce boat (qty) 17oz

£150-250 255 FG444/2 A group of flatware various makers and dates, comprising tableforks, teaspoons etc (qty) 44oz

£400-600

256 FG507/10 A part-canteen of Fiddle pattern flatware various dates and makers, comprising nine table forks, nine dessert forks, seven teaspoons, ten dessert spoons, four condiment spoons, a butter knife and sugar tongs, all with various engraved initials (qty)

257 FG507/11 A collection of items to include an Edwardian silver basket with bright cut decoration; to small pierced pin trays; pair of comports; two mustard pots; a whiskey label; various pieces of flatware (qty)

259 FE281/18 A late George III gold mounted ivory toothpick case of rounded rectangular form the cover inset with a hair knot on blue ground under glass, yellow metal banding to the sides and mirror set to the interior

combined weight 38.3oz

9.5cm wide

£400-600

£200-250

258 FG9/247A A Cowrie shell snuff box unmarked, of conventional form, the hinged cover with reeded detail to rim and engraved foliate detail to lid 7.5cm long

260 FF88/6 A collection of fiddle pattern flatware various dates and makers, to include table forks, dessert forks, table spoons and dessert spoons (qty)

£200-300

44.2oz

combined weight 55oz

£400-600

£300-400

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261 FF688/2 A George IV circular seal box and seal John Jago, London 1823, of circular outline with fine reeded detail to rim, engraved to the obverse with ‘WILLIAM JOHN COUNT DE LA CRUZ 1 JULY 1823’ under a viscounts coronet, and to the reverse with the initials ‘GP’ and a crown for Gregor MacGregor, containing the wax seal of Poyais Diameter 53mm Note: Born in Stirlingshire on 24th December 1786, Gregor MacGregor was a solider and land speculator. After joining the army at the age of 16 he fought in numerous conflicts during the South American wars of Independence. However, it was on his return to England in 1820 that he began to carve out his small but infamous place in history. Upon arrival in London he claimed that a native chieftain had named him Cacique of Poyais (Prince of Poyais), a small country in Bay of Honduras. He quickly painted a picture of a fertile land, ripe for colonisation, with seams of silver and gold, free from tropical disease. It was already populated by a small number of Biritsh settlers who had set up a basic infrastructure with the small amount of very obliging natives. It even boasted its own capital, St Joseph, founded in the 1730’s. As can be imagined MacGregor was met with much acclaim in London high society, dining with the rich and well to do while he began to sell land rights for his new country; securing a bond of £200,000 from the Royal Exchange. In 1822 the Honduras Packet set sail with 70 would-be settlers, bankers and politicians promised positions in the new government. They were quickly followed by the Kennersly Castle with a further 200 or so settlers, all eager to colonise this

new and bountiful land. However, on arrival the boats met each other only to find dense jungle and the ruins of failed attempts to colonise what was ultimately an inhospitable strip of land. The Honduras Packet was swept away in a storm and tropical disease quickly took its toll; one settler, having invested his life’s savings, committed suicide. Eventually another ship stumbled across the marooned settlers by accident and transported them to British Honduras, however less than 50 returned to England alive. Once they did make it back the papers ran the story of this audacious fraud, however MacGregor had already fled to Paris in October of 1823. This fiasco did not stop him trying the same scheme in France, however the first ship of French settlers was stopped just before leaving port, MacGregor was eventually caught, tried and acquitted by the French courts. He was released and continued to endeavour with his schemes, appearing in different places under different titles, always as the head of state of the infamous Poyais,. He died in Venezuela in 1845; at the age of 58 he had yet to colonise the infamous land of Poyais.

£2,000-3,000

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262 FG507/3 A George III silver toast rack William Bateman, London 1818, of plain form, raised on four bracket feet 5oz, 15.5cm long

£250-350

263 FE359/61 A set of four George III salts W & P Cunningham, Edinburgh 1812, of rectangular outline with gadrooned rims and gilt shallow bowls raised on a waisted stem and domed rectangular foot (4)

265 FG540/1 A George III teapot Thomas Wallis (II) & Jonathan Hayne, London 1810, of tapered baluster form with engraved foliate detail, raised on four ball feet 22.7oz, 21cm high

£200-300

8.5cm wide, 9oz

£200-300 264 FG1/3 A George III three piece tea set Robert Gray & Sons (of Glasgow), Edinburgh 1812, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with bellied bodies with gadrooned rim and angular reeded handles, raised on ball feet (3) teapot 16.5cm high, 33.5oz

£300-500

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266 FG328/68 A George III punch lade London circa 1780, with double lipped oval bowl and simple socket stem to turned wooden handle; together with a pair of George III sauce ladles London 1767 (3) punch ladle 35cm long

£200-300

267 FG507/8 A pair of George III silver salts London 1780, of circular outline with reeded detail to the rim, on three hoof feet; together with another pair of cauldron salts, London 1874, of plain form, on three ball feet (4)

269 FG3/6 A matched set of six George II table spoons IT, London circa 1756 (various dates), of Hanoverian pattern with engraved crest to reverse of terminal (6)

combined weight 8oz

270 FG9/245 A George II hash spoon London 1746, of Hanoverian pattern, with engraved detail to heel and armorial to terminal

£200-400 268 FG3/5 A set of 18th century silver mounted pistol grip knives mainly unmarked, some with lion passant mark only, comprising nine table and nine smaller knives each with chamfered pistol grips and modern steel blades (18) 24cm and 20cm long

£600-900

20cm long, combined weight 11.6oz

£150-180

5.8oz, 35cm long

£500-700


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271 FF609/4 A George II salver Charles Alchorne (probably), London 1732, of shaped circular outline with crescent and point border, with chased flower head and scroll border with rococo cartouche t cent enclosing engraved initial P, raised on four scroll feet 29cm diameter, 29oz

ÂŁ800-1,200

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GIA

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EXPLANATION

D

Exceptional White + (EW+)

Face up colourless Face down colourless

E

Exceptional White (EW)

F

Rare White + (RW+)

G

Rare White (RW)

H

White (W)

I/J

Slightly Tinted White (STW)

K/L

Tinted White (TW)

Face up slightly tinted Face down obviously tinted

M to Z

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Face up obviously tinted Face down obviously tinted

Fancy

Fancy Colour

Face up definite colour

Face up colourless Face down slightly tinted

DIAMOND CLARITY GIA

CIBJO

EXPLANATION

Flawless (FL)

Loupe Clean (LC)

Shows no inclusions or blemishes under 10x magnification

Internally Flawless (IF)

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Shows no inclusions and only insignificant blemishes under 10x magnification

Very Very Slightly Included (VVS) VVS1 / VVS2

Very Very Small Inclusions (VVS) VVS1 / VVS2

Minute inclusions, which are difficult, even for an experienced grader, to locate under 10x magnification

Very Slightly Included (VS) VS1 / VS2

Very Small Inclusions (VS) VS1 / VS2

Minor inclusions, observable with effort under 10x magnification

Slightly Included (SI) SI1 / SI2

Small Inclusions (SI) SI1 / SI2

Noticeable inclusions under 10x magnification

Included (I) I1 / I2 / I3

Pique (P) P1 / P2 / P3

Obvious inclusions, visible to the unaided eye, face up. These may affect the stone’s beauty and durability.


Silver & Objets de Vertu Auction 11/15/13 Exhibition opens Friday,November 8 at 10am David Walker +1 267.414.1216 dwalker@freemansauction.com Sarah Blattner +1 267.414.1225 sblattner@freemansauction.com

Fine pair of George II Chinoiserie silver tea caddies after paul de lamerie, london, 1752-53, maker's mark unidentified $4,000-6,000 (ÂŁ2,500-3,750) Please call 267.414.1256 to order a catalogue or subscription.

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Fine Jewelry & Watches Auction 11/04/13 This auction features an impressive collection of jewelry to benefit the Mary Middleton Calhoun Carbaugh Charitable Trust. With selections from makers such as Tiffany & Co., Hammerman Brothers, and Marcus & Co., this collection reflects the classic style and impeccable taste of Mrs. Calhoun Carbaugh.

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Lyon & Turnbull carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to, or in connection, with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

6. PAYMENT

1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “Auctioneer” means the firm of Lyon & Turnbull or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which, at the date of the sale, had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Lyon & Turnbull accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid, which must be raised before the next lot is offered, shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon. 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk (*) or dagger (†). Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate

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(1) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (a) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), Switch or Debit Cards and Visa or MasterCard (please note there is a surcharge of 2% (VAT included) when using credit cards). We do not accept American Express. (2) any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than four working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and other associated charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. (4) It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom and the potential storage charges for lots not collected by the appropriate time. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on their behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate of 1.5% per month above the current base rate on the total amount due, to the extent it remains unpaid for more than four working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on their behalf pursue these rights and remedies only as far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these Conditions

9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS While prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we shall if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer or our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and to you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY

held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents or the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 16. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

13. TERMS OF SALE

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The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot.

17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

14. STANDARD VENDOR FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% of the first £3000 and 10% thereafter is charged on the selling price of each lot (subject to a minimum charge of £30). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: max £40 mono per lot, max £250 colour. Internet Marketing Service: £10 per lot. (2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a lot organized for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; (a) If withdrawn over 28 working days prior to the sale, this will be charged at 10% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (b) If withdrawn within 28 working days of the sale, this will be charged at 20% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. 15. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) While we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably

18 (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items (Books, Jewellery, paintings, guns, firearms etc) in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary or guidance notes appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. Scottish law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.


Absentee bid form Sale/customer details 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh EH1 3RR Tel +44 (0)131 557 8844 Fax +44 (0)131 557 8668

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I request Lyon and Turnbull, without legal obligation of any kind on its part, to bid on the following lots up to the prices listed.

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I understand that if any of my bids are successful the total price payable will be the amount of the final bid plus a Buyer’s premium calculated at the following rates: 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium. The premium and VAT is payable by all purchasers. Lots in the catalogue marked * or † are subject to VAT on the hammer price as well as the premium. Where there are identical bids for a lot, the first bid received will be have precedence. Please make certain that your bids are submitted at least two hours before the start of the sale.

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Please note telephone bidding is only available on lots estimated at £300 and above.

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International Auction Calendar SEPTEMBER 25

The Collection of Robert & Barbara Safford Freeman’s, Philadelphia

26

Rare Books & Manuscripts including Early Books from the Mount St. Alphonsus Seminary Library Freeman’s, Philadelphia

27

Posters, Maps & Other Graphics Freeman’s, Philadelphia

13

American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Art Freeman’s, Philadelphia

14

The Pennsylvania Sale Freeman’s, Philadelphia

15

Silver & Objets de Vertu Freeman’s, Philadelphia

27

Select Jewellery & Watches Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

28

British & European Paintings & Sculpture Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

28

Fine Scottish Paintings & Sculpture Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

OCTOBER 02

Jewellery & Silver Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

04 & 05 Interiors Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

DECEMBER

08

English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts Freeman’s, Philadelphia

08

American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists Freeman’s, Philadelphia

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09

Oriental Rugs & Carpets Freeman’s, Philadelphia

Fine Asian Works of Art Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

22

The Lingholm Collection Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

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Fine Antiques & Works of Art Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

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Modern & Contemporary Art Freeman’s, Philadelphia

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Fine Jewelry & Watches Freeman’s, Philadelphia

06

Decorative Arts & Design Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

JANUARY 2014 15

Rare Books, Maps & Manuscripts Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

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Jewellery & Silver Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

25

Interiors Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh

28

European Art & Old Masters Freeman’s, Philadelphia

29

The International Sale Freeman’s, Philadelphia


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Furniture and larger items Constantine Constantine House North Caldeen Road Coatbridge North Lanarkshire ML5 4EF Tel: +44(0)1236 750055 Fax: +44(0)1236 750077 E-mail: enquiries@constantinemoving.com A Van Man Transport Unit 5, Benridge Park Holyrood Close, Creekmoor Poole, Dorset BH17 7BD Tel: +44 (0)1202 600 012 Fax: +44 (0)1202 600 206 Email: office@avmt.co.uk Fine Art Carriers Gallery Support Group 37 Cremer Street London E2 8HD Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 6692 Email: info@gallerysupportgroup.com

Arrangements for Sold Lots All bought items will be held free of charge at Broughton Place until the Friday following the sale. Thereafter lots will be removed to store in Edinburgh and a charge incurred. Administration fee: £20 + VAT Storage charges per lot per day are: Large Items £5 inc. insurance + VAT Small Items £2.50 inc. insurance + VAT Catering Refreshments will be available at the saleroom on view days and day of sale.

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